Park Lane, a stunning, 25,000-sq-ft waterfront property, was recently unveiled by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada.
The half-acre lot sits on the water’s edge of the Burrard Inlet, according to the real estate company, and belongs to Mossadiq Umedaly.
Umedaly, who served as BC Hydro Chairman from 2007 to 2009, is described as a pioneer and entrepreneur of Canada’s renewable energy field.
The home took five years to design and was built in 2008 by acclaimed Canadian Architect Paul Grant.
The structure includes concrete, Pennsylvania Bluestone, brick, zinc, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows, which create an open-concept design as well as the ability for geothermal heating and cooling.
A V-shaped alignment of the zinc roof allows for rainwater to be recirculated and used for landscaping.
With all of its features in place, the 8,338-square-foot house has the capability to be a “net zero energy home.”
In total, Park Lane features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a four-car garage, heated floors, a steam room, and underground sprinkler, three fireplaces, an in-home fitness centre, an outdoor infinity pool, and a hot tub.
The north wing of the home is accessed via bridge and includes the four-car garage and a fully-equipped guest suite.
The jaw-dropping home can be found in the Altamont neighbourhood of West Vancouver, hidden from street view and a 10-minute walk from Dundarave Village and the Seawall.
An assessment of the property that took place this past January had the home assessed at $13,615,000. So how much will it cost to own this rare piece of waterfront estate?
Apparently, that’s only for a select few to know.
Christa Frosch, listing agent with Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, shared with Daily Hive that “the price is available on request to qualified buyers.”
But you know how the old saying goes – if you’ve got to ask…